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3/8 in. x 1-3/4 in. Zinc-Alloy Short Lag Shield (15-Pack)

$11.41 /each

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These lag or expansion shields are used for fastening lag screws into wood and concrete. The expansion shield acts as an anchoring point into a concrete slab or foundation, expanding when the screw threads are engaged during installation. Common uses include frames and outdoor play equipment. When used in conjunction with a lag screw it can also be used in many masonry applications. Use in pre-drilled hole.

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  • 15-pieces per pack
  • Zinc alloy construction
  • Zinc-plated
  • 3/8 in. x 1-3/4 in.
  • Working load limit is 350 lbs. shear and 225 lbs. pull in concrete

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what size masory bit would i use for these anchors

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You would need to use a 5/8" drill bit for these anchors.
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Can you use lag shields and bolts for securing warehouse racking on concrete?

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The warehouse racking would be storing at least 2,000lbs of product.
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Hi Workerdude, these don't have the right working load. You should consider using wedge anchors. They are very strong.
http://www.homedepot.com/b/Search/N-5yc1vZc2g8/Ntk-Extended/Ntt-wedge%2Banchors?Ntx=mode+matchpartialmax&NCNI-5
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